THE WOMAN, THE MYTH, THE CELEBRANT

This is me smiling like I don't have a huge university debt

This is a video of me jumping (falling) off the highest Bungee platform in New Zealand

THIS IS THE MAN IN MY LIFE - EDDIE. I'VE INCLUDED A PICTURE OF HIM AS A PUPPY TO MANIPULATE YOU. P.S. DON'T EVEN BOTHER ASKING IF IT'S OK IF YOU INCLUDE YOUR DOG IN YOUR CEREMONY.... IT'S BORDERLINE PREFERRED HERE AT BECKY MARRIED ME! 

Hey there!

My name is Rebecca, or Bec, or Becky… any variant you’re most comfortable with (although Rebecca is what Mum calls me when she's angry). 

I'm a prematurely retired lawyer, unqualified dog expert and professional third wheel. 

 

I love dogs, my plants, outdoor adventures, halloumi and pickles, watching strange documentaries, stealing other people’s jokes (and making them funnier), being 6ft tall, growing my hair and cutting it short again, dogs, floral dresses, and the sound of my own voice - which is lucky for you! 

 

In 2016, I graduated from a double degree in Communications and Law with Honours. I trained to be a lawyer - but  ultimately decided that I would much prefer to bring couples together, than to help them fight with each other in court. 

I have extensive experience in public speaking and performance, whether that be in plays and musicals, debating competitions or corporate negotiations. 

It sounds really lame, but in early 2017 I had a bit of a life changing moment. An ex-partner wanted to do a bungee jump together for his birthday. I literally lost sleep over the thought of voluntarily plummeting into a rocky ravine, but I committed to the task because I am (clearly) world's best girlfriend. 

As you can see from the video to your left, I did it. The second I jumped (fell), my fear was left on that platform and I experienced something absolutely exhilarating. 10/10 would jump again. 

What was really stopping me? It was only the fear of trying something new.  

For many years I found myself saying, "I'd really like to be a wedding celebrant." 

 

So, in February 2018, I went ahead and became one and I bloody well love it! 

I’ve always wanted to be able to contribute to something special in people’s lives - in a creative, personal and unique way. I have a day job working as a government policy officer, Becky Married Me is my labour of love. 

As I still maintain my day job, I only perform a limited number of ceremonies per year (and I definitely only do one per day!). 

At the risk of this becoming a Tinder bio, I invite you to go ahead and check out my videos, client reviews and social medias. You can throw any questions my way via the contact page. 

WHY DON'T YOU HAVE A STALK?